There’s no such thing as an easy game in the round of 16, however, both of these two teams will be quietly confident of progression. Denmark’s tournament has been affected by other factors, however, they displayed their quality last week when smashing Russia 4-1 in their final Group B contest.
The Danes have created numerous chances and opportunities throughout the course of the competition and have fired in 60+ shots so far. They managed 11 shots from inside the box and are likely to test the Welsh defence in this game. Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg was very impressive against the Russians and Mikkel Damsgaard has been improving with each passing contest.
Wales came through a tricky group to finish in second spot, and Rob Page’s men have been extremely hard to beat. Despite going down to ten men in the second half, Wales managed to stand firm and prevented the Azzurri from extending their lead.
Both sides have quality in forward areas and it’s hard to separate them. This one could easily go beyond the 90 minutes.